- AN APPRAISAL OF STOCK PRICING IN NIGERIAN CAPITAL MARKET (A STUDY OF NIGERIA STOCK EXCHANGE (NSE)
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- THE ROLE OF REGULATORY BODIES IN THE CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION)
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THE ROLE OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE MARKET IN THE ECONOMY.
The research into the role of the Nigerian stock exchange market can be emphasized due to its roles. However, those roles are meant to be a strong and very important sources of capital in the capital market for the development of the West African sub-region. But though there are important role performed by the organization, there are certain problems militating against the growth and development of the Nigerian stock exchange market such as: unstable market growth, low level of income saving, corruption, inflation of market peace and lack of interest. Those and many more have made the NSEM to lose focus, thereby causing a downward movement of the economy.
Conclusively, from the above, efforts were to ensure that reliable and valid data are gathered for this empirical study thus to know the objectives, function, Activities and make positive suggestions on how to resolve the prevailing situation in the NSEM.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the problem
1.3 Objective of the study
1.4 Significance of the study
1.5 Scope and limitation of the study
2.0 Review of related literature
2.1 Background to the establishment of the study
2.2 Stock exchange market (SEM)
2.3 Structure of the stock exchange market
2.4 The objectives function/role of the stock exchange market
2.5 System of operation in the exchange
2.6 Listing requirement in the exchange
2.7 Problems of the stock exchange market
2.8 Internationalizing the Nigeria stock exchange.
3.0 Research design and methodology
3.1 Sources of data (secondary data)
3.2 Location of data
3.3 Methods f investigation
5.0 recommendations and conclusion
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The stock exchange is a vital economic institution. The height of development the world has attained makes the stock exchange market services indispensable. The SEM is seen as a vehicle of fund mobilization and the development of local capital in Nigeria. It provides the facilities that make it possible for buyers and sellers to meet. Perhaps, An example of a stock exchange market is the Lagos stock exchange established in 1961 through the Act of parliament as a result of the need for a market for the selling and buying of securities. The stock exchange market is meant to be a strong and very important source of capital in the capital market for the development of the West African sub-region.
Over the years, the stock exchange market has been on the downward swing and is characterized by low growth. The market has defied all necessary changes made to strengthen of the SEM is characterized by unstable market growth, low level of income saving, corruption, inflation of market prices and lack of interest. These and many more have made the SEM to lose focus, thereby causing a downward movement of the economy.
It is this necessary to direct a searchlight on the activities of the SEM as a body where in lies the hope of our economical development so as to assess its achievement, problems and prospects in helping to actualize the noble objectives of acts that set it up.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
When the Nigerian stock Exchange market was established in 1961 Nigerians from all works of life thought it a step in the right direction. It was hoped that with the establishment of the SEM, our economy could by better for it.
It is against this back-drop that the researcher has set out in a bid to find lasting solutions to these problems.
1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The major objective of this study is to make a reliable contribution on how the SEM would must up to its responsibilities as the backbone of the Nigerian economy.
However, this study will eritically examine all those bottlenecks that make it difficult for the SEM to leave up to its billings.
It will also discuss measures to encourage saving and issue of securities of government and other organization.
The study will also find out the easiest and shortest means of issuing and transferring shares for greater efficiency.
Finally, this work will make suggestions and recommendations based on the research finding.
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
Although students research abounds in this area this work will serve as a addition to existing literature in this topic.
It would also educate must uninformed people about the roles and responsibilities of the SEM.
This project would also provide insights to students of baking and finance who are not well informed about the prevailing situations in the Nigerian stock exchange market.
Above all, the essence of the study is to point out a positive direction for a vibrant and professionally efficient SEM. The resultant efficiency will be reflected in high ethical standard of workers and translate to a very high image for the NSE with obvious and positive economic implications.
1.5 SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
The research work is concerned with the role of the stock exchange market in the economy.
The researcher did not find it easy to carryout this research work due to that, the available materials for the research was very limited and the distance to acquire those materials was far. Also, some respondents interviewed shower apathy in responding to the question asked.
However, those limitations not with-standing, did not percent the continuation of the research work.